The 7 Little Johnstons have returned.
The biggest little family known in the world has returned to TLC for another season of their show.
Mother Amber Johnston and father Trent Johnston are watching the new season as they face getting all five children back under one roof because of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
The younger Johnstons are building new relationships and considering their next steps in life, while Amber and Trent are searching for ways to make their marriage a little more exciting again for more than two decades.
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7 In 2015, Little Johnstons first aired on TLC.
Amber and Trent and their five children are followed by the reality series: Jonah, Anna, Elizabeth, Alex and Emma.
All seven family members have dwarfism with achondroplasia. Amber and Trent’s biological children are Jonah and Elizabeth, while Anna, Alex and Emma were adopted.
In Georgia, the family lives.
How old are the kids from Johnston?
The fans of 7 Little Johnstons have watched the Johnston children evolve from teens to young adults over the years.
The oldest Johnston girl, Jonah, is twenty years old.
He has a new long-distance bond with Ashley this season and is considering moving to another state so that they can be closer. His parents are both able to leave the nest for him, as it is “difficult” to have Jonah all the time around.
Anna is the second eldest child of Amber and Trent. She is 20 years old and was adopted when she was 4 years old from Russia. She is actually going to college, but because of the pandemic, she is living under her parents’ roof again.
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Elizabeth is the third oldest Johnston sister. She is eighteen years old.
This season, with her college classes, she juggles her bond with boyfriend Brice and an intense nursing rotation that puts her at risk of burnout.
Alex and Emma are the Johnston family’s infants.
Born in China, Emma, who is 15, was adopted at the age of 5.
Alex, who is 14, was adopted when he was six months old from South Korea. Both started high school in this “7 Little Johnstons,” season.
Amber Johnston returns to work
A house full can only mean one thing.
That’s right, BACK is the Johnstons.
Catch up in just two weeks with #7LittleJohnstons! Tune in at 8/7c on Tuesday, December 29! pic.twitter.com/BMzvjvZXk9- TLC Network (@TLC) December 15, 2020Aside from grappling with the pandemic, the Johnston family still faces some big changes when mom Amber chooses to return to work full-time. She’s going back to her teaching career, but she’s going to have to educate her students about their height.
“I think the first week of school is to educate [the kids]about why I’m short,”I think the first week of school is to educate [the children]about why I am short.
The mother of five was eager to explain why it wasn’t acceptable when a student used an offensive word to describe Amber’s height. “Okay, we’re not saying that word.
That’s a bad word,’ recalled Amber, explaining to the student.
7 Little Johnstons airs at 8 p.m. on Tuesdays
On TLC’s ET.